Women Deliver is a catalyst that leverages its extensive reach and partnerships to spark political commitment and investment in girls and women everywhere.
Whether advising multinational initiatives or providing seed grants to budding community leaders, Women Deliver consistently keeps the health, rights, and wellbeing of girls and women at the forefront — where it belongs. We bring the best ideas forward, highlight what works, and call out the gaps.
Advising and building bridges
Women Deliver staff are program advisers to the Clinton Global Initiative and the World Banks CSO Consultative Group for Health, Nutrition, and Population. Women Deliver is involved in the advocacy for the Global Strategy for Women's Children's and Adolescents’ Health and the Partnership for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (PMNCH). Women Deliver also works and advocates in numerous networks, partnerships and working groups, including the Scaling up Nutrition (SUN), Girls and Sports, Women and Non Communicable Diseases, Health Work Force, UNFPA, WHO, the World Bank, UNWomen, etc.
Engaging influencers and amplifying youth voices
Women Deliver engages influencers and “super advocates” from global development, research, media, government, and the private sector to promote the investment case for advancing progress for girls and women. Among this group are Women Deliver’s Young Leaders, 400 outstanding young people from 108 countries. All have undergone extensive training in communications and advocacy and many are part of Women Deliver’s Speakers’ Bureau that works to amplify the youth voice and influence globally and locally.
Focusing on solution and benefits of action
Women Deliver focuses not on the problems, but on the solutions. It uses its global platforms – conferences, initiatives and communication platforms - to bring the best ideas forward, to celebrate solutions and highlight what works and what does not.
Building inclusive platforms and engagement
Women Deliver is all about partnership and inclusion. Its philosophy is that integration of efforts and issues is critical to advancing progress for girls and women’s health, rights and wellbeing. To this end, Women Deliver is launching Deliver for Good, a multi-sector, multi-year campaign to promote 12 investments – political, programmatic and financial - in girls and women globally and nationally that will have high impact and benefit from an integrated and collaborative approach.(link)